In-School Residencies

Creative Opportunities in Your Classroom:
Neighborhood Bridges:

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In response to growing demand, the fall of 2013 will see an expansion of our nationally recognized Neighborhood Bridges program, designed to bring critical literacy into your classroom. Recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a model of arts integration, Neighborhood Bridges places teaching artists in classrooms with teachers for a 10-week residency collaboration that integrates theatre and storytelling arts into the ELA classroom. Originally developed by The Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota, the Neighborhood Bridges program develops critical literacy by enhancing students writing and increasing listening, speaking, evaluating and social skills. Teacher testimonials available. Call for more information: 914 251 6232

Decoda (previously known as The Declassified):

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Meet chamber music’s freshest new faces and collaborate with them.

Decoda is a newly-minted chamber music society made up of some of the world’s best and brightest young classical musicians. Founded in 2011 by alumni of The Academy – a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School and the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the New York City Department of Education – Decoda combines world-class artistry, revelatory audience engagement, and innovative programming in pursuit of a new model for the musician in today’s society. Committed to engaging audiences through interactive events, Decoda will be working with Arts-in-Education in the spring of 2014 to create unique residency programs for schools and community partners in our area. Call for more information: 914 251 6232

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